Those wily devils over at Nintendo have just given Switch owners something brilliant with no hype or build-up: the recently released Update 4.00 now introduces Gamecube controller support for the Nintendo Switch. Though I'd probably get used to the Joy-Con controllers after a while, to be able to start playing Nintendo's latest and greatest games with a controller I'm already familiar with is immeasurably preferable.
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For a very long time, the Nintendo platform has continued to be a place which is limited on features but the concept is changing with the new Switch console. Assuming you can get your Switch to recognize your GameCube controllers, you can then use them to play presumably any of the Switch's games - in GameXplain's video, for instance, we see Fire Emblem Warriors played with one.
When asked whether the Switch would support GameCube games in an interview, deputy general manager Yoshiaki Koizumi gave the usual "nothing to discuss" company line. Although it is a little complicated now, it can be done and Nintendo has also prepared a tutorial to guide their users through the process.
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"What I can tell you is that we are working on things that go in that direction", Koizumi said, referencing a potential Switch-GameCube connection. A brief scroll through Twitter or Reddit threads about the update confirms as much.
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